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How to Make Lemon Shrimp Linguini in the Crock Pot

Lemon Shrimp Linguini

How to Make Lemon Shrimp Linguini in the Crock Pot

Who knew you could cook shrimp in a crock pot? It just seems like it would get done too quickly. When I decided to give it a try, Jay cautioned me about letting it get too tough. Just the opposite happened – I have never had such tender, juicy, fall apart shrimp! I highly recommend this Lemon Shrimp Linguini in the crock pot.

If you have seen any of my Monthly Menus, you know that I love this Shrimp Scampi recipe by Stacy Ling. It is so quick and easy! The other day as I was scrolling through Facebook, I saw part of another interesting shrimp dish. They were making Lemon Shrimp Linguini in the Crock Pot. I only got to watch part of the reel, so I kind of combined what I knew about both recipes and came up with my own.

I wasn’t sure how this was going to turn out, or if we would like it. We typically don’t eat much lemon in our meals. As it turned out, we both loved it, especially the lemon!

I guess I should have watched the entire reel to see how the meal turned out, because when it was finished, I started removing the lemon. That would have been a huge mistake! Something made me take a bite of one of the lemon pieces as I removed it. It was so soft and delicious – you could eat the whole thing. I quickly added it back in and left it as part of the dish.

Lemon Shrimp Linguini in the Crock Pot

ingredients for lemon shrimp linguini


  • 1 1/2 Lbs. Frozen Shrimp (Not Cooked)
  • 1/4 Cup of Olive Oil
  • 1 Cup of Chicken Broth
  • 1 1/2 Sticks of Butter
  • 1 Lemon
  • Spaghetti or Linguini (I used spaghetti.)
  • Spices: Salt, Pepper, Garlic Salt, & Red Pepper Flakes


Spray a Crock Pot well and add the 1st 4 ingredients to it. Cut the lemon in half, and add the juice of one half to the crock pot. Slice the other half of the lemon and add it to the crock pot. Season it well.

Set the crock pot on low, and cook it for 2 1/2 – 3 hours. When the shrimp dish is almost finished, boil the pasta according to the package directions. Add it to the shrimp and stir.

This is now one of our favorite meals! If you like seafood, please try this super easy and delicious crock pot meal.

lemon shrimp linguini

Supplies for Lemon Shrimp Linguini in the Crock Pot:

Besides the ingredients, a crock pot is literally the only thing you need for this dish. If you don’t have one, I am sure you could bake it like the Shrimp Scampi. If you are looking for a crock pot, this one is simple and inexpensive. Of course there are lots of other options.

Here is a link to the crock pot.

Do you use crock pot liners? They really help keep you from having a mess. I usually use them when I am taking a crock pot meal to another place. If I am cooking at home, I usually save the liner and wash the crock pot myself.

Here is a link for the Disposable Liners.

While I was looking for the disposable liners, I found these silicone liners. I see where you would save money with one of these. You would still have to wash it, but it would be so much easier to wash or throw in the dishwasher than washing the heavy crock pot. It is food safe also.

They have others that sit inside the crock pot instead of completely fitting over it. They look easier to clean, but this pink one caught my eye!

Here is the link to the silicone crock pot liners.

I don’t know if you like crock pot meals as much as I do or not. I love the ease of them, and usually meat turns out so much more tender. That was definitely the case with this shrimp dish.

Please share other crock pot meals that you love with us. I hope you will try this Lemon Shrimp Linguini in the Crock Pot and let me know what you think.



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  1. I am a total distaster in the kitchen but I definitely think I could pull this off, Susan! We’ve cut out most animal protein sources save for seafood because I love shrimp and salmon so I’m super excited to try this recipe. It looks amazing! Hugs, CoCo

  2. Do not have a crockpot, but this does look outstanding.
    Thank you for sharing your links with us at #272 SSPS Linky. See you again next week.

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